Being rich can be through inheritance or your own hard work. Kenyans work hard in school to get good paying jobs while others work hard in their businesses to ensure their business grow faster and get good profits. However, there are those kids of the rich people in Kenya who enjoy their parent’s fruits. Some of them are good as they start their own companies and other income generating assets across the country. Here are the top five richest kids of prominent people:
Son of the former Kiambu Governor, William Kabogo. Alvin is the youngest son of William. Alvin studies at the University of Brighton where the fees for international students in over Ksh. 1 million per year. Just like his father, Kabogo junior enjoys a lavish lifestyle and heavy spender. In parties, he moves around in a limo.
The daughter of the top richest woman in Kenya, Tabitha Karanja. Tabitha is the founder and CEO of Keroche Breweries. Annerlisa owns her own company, Nero which sells executive water. More so, she owns some of the most expensive cars such as a Range Rover, a Bentley and a Mercedes Benz CLS 500.
Daughter of the Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko. She lives a flamboyant lifestyle like her father. More so, she helps the poor by giving them cash. She drives some of the expensive cars.
Ngina, Muhoho and Jomo
President Kenyatta children are also rich. Since independence during their grandfather’s era, their family has ever since been in high profile political posts in Kenya. Their family owns Brookside, MediaMax, Heritage Hotel, Commercial Bank of Africa, Brookhouse School, Peponi Schools and also large pieces of land across Kenya.
The son of the Chairman of the Nation Media Group Wilfred Kiboro. Mr. Kiboro was also the chairman of Standard Chartered Bank before joining Family Bank and later NMG. The son enjoys his father’s wealth.
The eldest son of the Kirinyaga Governor Ann Waiguru. At his young age, Ian is already an entrepreneur who started his own company called Something Inc. He owns an Ashton Martin, one of the most expensive cars in Kenya.
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